Family studio: future makers workshop
Mark International Women’s Day with this celebratory workshop inspired by the work of women and femme-identifying artists from the past, present and future, and led by students from the RA Schools.
RA Schools students Frances Drayson and Jala Wahid lead a family workshop in the Clore Learning Centre inspired by their own practice and presented in homage to the artists who came before them and those who will come after.
From the first woman to join the RA Schools, Laura Herford (who applied in 1860 using only her initials), to artists-in-the-making who are just discovering their dreams, this family event will explore your inspiration and ask: is there a future creative change-maker in you? All are welcome to join this celebration of feminist history and look to the future.
● Fully booked
Sunday 10 March 2019
11am — 3pm
The Clore Learning Centre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
Free, no booking required.
International Women's Day 2019: feminist time
2 March – 11 March 2019
What is feminist time? How have scholars, activists and artists interrogated the concept of time to overturn hegemonic narratives of art history? What can challenging and reimagining history do for future artists? How can we collect and curate women’s art?
Through 10 days of discussion, musical performance, talks, workshops and tours, we will explore these essential questions and look to an art world that includes feminist time.